Sweden's Grimner returns with fire and power on their new folk metal album, Urfader, which translates to “The Ancient Father."
Their roots and influences of Swedish death metal, and their love of heavy, power metal, are weaved together with enchanting folk melodies and pagan choirs to create their own unique sound – once again all sung in their native Swedish.
Grimner has never failed to amaze an audience wherever they have performed. Incorporating folk instruments such as flutes and the mandola into their own melodic yet aggressive brand of metal and with lyrics that honor the Norse gods and fallen warriors of old, they have taken enthusiasts of both metal and folk music by storm, and more will follow. With some songs dark and brooding, others fast and folkish, Grimner are always entertaining.